The 400H is a hardmount compressor that pumps a massive 2.54 CFM flow at zero PSI head pressure. Features include a standard stainless steel braided leader hose with a 1/4" quick connect stud for easy attachment to a coil hose, removable & replaceable dual filtration air filter element, insulated wiring for simple installation and a heavy duty ON/Off switch for ease of operation.
- Designed for direct inflation
- Hardmount design with ON/OFF switch
- 1/4" Stainless Steel Braided Leader Hose included
- Permanent Magnetic Motor
- Sealed design - Moisture & Dust Resistant
- Oil-less Design
- High Performance PTFE Piston Ring
- Stainless Steel Valves
- Gearless Direct Drive Motor
- Anodized Aluminum Alloy Cylinder
- Automatic Reset Thermal Overload Protector
- 1 year manufacture warranty
|Duty Cycle:||33% @ 100 PSI|
|Max Working Pressure:||150 PSI|
|Max Amp Draw:||26 Amps|
|Min. Ambient Temp:||-40 degrees F|
|Max. Ambient Temp::||158 degrees F|
|Dimensions:||9" L x 4" W x 7" H|
|Net Weight:||8 lbs.|
Duty Cycle Reference Chart
Duty Cycle: 100 PSI @ 72F
Max. Run Time / Min. Rest Time
|10% Duty Cycle||3 Min. On / 27 Min. Off|
|15% Duty Cycle||6 Min. On / 34 Min. Off|
|20% Duty Cycle||8 Min. On / 32 Min. Off|
|25% Duty Cycle||10 Min. On / 30 Min. Off|
|30% Duty Cycle||13 Min. On / 30 Min. Off|
|33% Duty Cycle||15 Min. On / 30 Min. Off|
|100% Duty Cycle||Continous Duty @ 100 PSI @ 72F|
This compressor has a duty cycle of 33%
Note: Duty cycle refers to the amount of time a compressor can be operated in given time period at 100 PSI, at a standard ambient temperature of 72 degrees F. Duty cycle is commonly expressed in percentage format. The higher the percentage the longer run time. For more "frequently asked questions" on compressors see Viair FAQ Page.
31" x 10.5" Tire
|0 to 30 PSI||2 min 28 sec|
|15 to 30 PSI||1 min 25 sec|
33" x 12.5" Tire
|0 to 30 PSI||4 min 00 sec|
|15 to 30 PSI||2 min 00 seconds|
PSI = Pounds per squre inch - A measure of air pressure generated by an air compressor.
CFM = Cubic feet per minute - Volume of air produced by the air compressor at a given pressure or PSI.
A = Amps - A measure of the amount of electrical current used.